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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 16 October 1873

JU 'MaW30B AQEIUULTUEAL. Build Sheds. It ia au old Baying that shelter is feed. Wiiile it ia true that good shelter will -ve a large amount of food that stock 'oiild be compelled other wise to oon uuie to Buve life, yet it will not do to tirniidi only shelter, they must have ood besides. But if we wish to save ne half or one-third of the food that .ould be required to feed them in a cer tain, condition, we can do so by provid ing shelter. That is to say, an unimal exposed to the cold, storms, winds, and weather, and compelled to sleep on the c ld, frozen or wet ground, will reqnire at leawt one third more food to keep it in good condition, thnn it would require to keep it in the same condition if in a warm, dry Bhed or stable, here no such exposure was experienced. As our crops have been cut short by the drouth this year, and it is necessary to save all we can, the advisability of making shelter of some kind, must be apparent to all. Every farmer has the material at hand to make che...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 October 1873

THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Oillco Xonu-at corner of the Square, Up Stlr. sever. J ! mo. lo.o. lima. limo. i m square ... Tvo hiiiurt.. rtiree tiiiari-i... t 'Or futile.., . t ..U-J..OI l;. iiif-l:iiii i On. -i alf f.i in.. ,' . . i 2 -V) 5 I I .. i 8 W 10 UO '-) 10 CO 20 00 ! OU 12 ) i or i: cjj I.-, u; .i uit M Co a () o oo (; Xu tJ (4 " 1 U; ', 14 K- -U St, I., i1 J 8 IJJ . r.i r. ' i PASSEDAWAT. i-ii-L van .. Weep no more ; strive no more ; M. tbo diuaui uo. -No iKifL r-uiuiuer th.ju.TH nuiu .... i.i ' Thc-fatr xase is brokeu ; the soft scent ! lottt : -ei me cruo.ied fra;;ujenti i lie ; count nut the sost. The bond that is sevored no ebarra'caii unit Nonuple can make ysuu noon-days sjwut liht. Weep no more ; hi. no niorb ; pray not, n.,r trust. O fair was Viir id ij ; uc rrinnoU it ot dual.' . It i'rutuW.-J bt-ruro in ; tho ;ruT o.'.im flml The raiiiuuce niu twuiinl ; m"e giory i dcd. Vucu uo wore ; bk no mura mournfully bail V:t Uiu loug arum, orr tlio track. 11 tlm ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 October 1873

ijJtihrJu " (Citizen. HU tfin (Htlzen J'rinUnu Co. I-.. "V.- Mi COItD, K.lit.iranl Sliinusrer. I.. T. JUcCOItB, A--o. lato, THURSDAY, : 0( T'li. 23, 1S73. t3f Obituaries and tributes of respect must tie accompanied with the cum.1i nt the rate of one cent jier 'word to insure Insertion. tf. To the Press of Tennessee. In our card., of Invitation sent out lawt wl wo were mistaken ns to the day on which tlie Press Association would meet here. The neeoiul Thursday InXo vetuberU the day, which will bethejfah iuxtuiid of the Gth. We ask editor to make mention of thU correction through the'y edilorl.il column, and oblige, L. W. McCord. A. (..'ox, Com. ICailroril Meeting on Saturday, November 1st. Vc are Informed that there will be delegates I rout Lineolu, tVnyne and Lawrence, and perhaps from Klortnce find IluntsvUlu Ala., at the Hail road meeting at tit' place on Saturday the 1st of ''November. ' Let there be a full attendance from Gilex. EfF 'i'he October elections so (ar have been very ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 October 1873

n rfi2n' Printing Company. i H. M . CO H D. Ed i tor -tid Mnaj;cr, . 1. Mt:bU, Local Editor. rUl:RNPAY, ? : O'T U.23, IS73. Everybody kuowatliat L. KoHatiaii &. Jiro., on the corner, acll the best Sclieiip- t uit of clothing in town. Oct. 16-3w. Everybody knows that L. Koenau. Itro., in the corner, keep letter bootr) & ?boen, nod il ilieiu at lower price thati anybody.- , Oct. lo-Jw. Every lady knows that she can get ulcer lilt:, iiittxi, xliawla, cloaks, &., at I.. Koieil.-ii & Rro'a., on the on tier, cheaper than anywhere. oct 16-3w. ' Everybody ought to know that L. Ro- Nofiuu k lint., ou the corner, keep the larifet Mock of white am! colored lila.ii- keu inr txjwff, and etl tbeui at pnuic rncr. Oct Iii-j-. . ' ,.e.. ' - - ThU I to k-t every boly know that L. Itoaen-au -A- Bro.f on thecoi ner, have the Urgent -mock or everything in the Dry Good line, at the. lowest price, Uian ever het'ore known in the city, oct 10-3t. Save money hy calling on L. KOSE .NAU &, ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 23 October 1873

QncKUins may be used to absorb moisture and putrid fluids. Sprinkle it freely in powdered form in all place to 1 purified.-- ? Black oxide manganese may be used for purifying cellnrs and rooms, without disoommodiag' patients. - It k may be made ol forty parts black oxide of man ganese and sixty parts of common salt, and may be distributed on plates. In 4 apartment capable -of being loeed, w Licit has been infected by dis charges or ' emanations from the sick, alter thorough cleansing and 'white washing, a fumigation by burning a few ounoes of sulphur, or by jaitrouB acid from two or three ounces of nitric acid poured upon an ounce of copper filings, will be effectual In disinfecting them. Or the rooms may be disinfected with bromine. Before the fumigation all chimneys and openings should be closed and remain so for twenty-four hours. AfW this, open all doors and windows, and keep them open for seve ral days and nights. Personal cleanli ness and ventilation should in all eases be att...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 October 1873

THE CITIZBIi; L. W.'JIcCord, Fropriatort Ojic Korittiojit coruarof UMbqun, Cp 8ttvir. lUr vr An mm mi, iu Advauot. ieo. 4 wig. IXnfl ------ . Oti aiure t '-' "J 4iA, f S s . US I 10 ( Twoaquar...... (n nil- . wu) 1 hrw iinr ... i; w , i0 u, ,, MirMiian- 4 o Id no 12 00 (.1 lJ ' -.4 Iii-Ic:ii i:, t,.l l.l Ul liui is iu Dug . gf ""'"'":'.. ':) :-i nu ) t ,b j ' - ! '.; -.ll I u Zj (hi 4 t1 ri u( m SMJ 1IU W (4 M ' . HiKKAk EIITDlirQ SHOES." . 1' . . - n . ICCY l.-SQOM. , Poor lone Hannah, . Bitting at Uw wiuduw, bindms aliCw! Veiled, rriniUd, ''' HltUuK. atueuu la a mournful tauael HrVUtyed ImqIjf uuue wu abe, V lien tins hluuai wu en tio tr. ' bjrtn( sod Winter Uannab'e ui tuu wiadaw, binding shoes. Not a Brtpfihor 11 fawUJir-TKVl or mimwer will rtifuau " " ft llCf WBl"tMr i lt tLort. frvm Dm fcnUera any ne-"- ' hr U- art aUrut witu cue .Oo Jill da Wjragn g4iu: ' e r f ' Uaunali'e, at ttm wuxlow, buuiltiit eluMn. lair yriniiff Hannah, BhU. tuo na-burnt null!-, gayly .,; . wuu cn" I ,...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 October 1873

1 i I i If Bui It en. Ey thv Citisen Printing Co. . j I. V. c-OOItl). Kdiu.r and Miiaapvr. X... X. f oCOIll, Associate, TlIUllSDAY, : OlTR. SO, 1873 EST" Obltuarloand trlhtitenof reap. mut be accompanied with the vuAi at the rate of one cent per word to in.-ure Insertion. - - tf. , i - f r -i Tennessee Press Association. The scinl-Hiiiiual eion of the Ten nessee Pre Association will lie held at l'ulaski, Giles county, commencing on THURSDAY, NOV. 13th, IS7J. " It is earnestly renusted that all the members of the Association, bo present. Members of the prea throughout the State, not nlreaily bt-loitginjr, to thf A coclutlon, are cordially Invited to attend the meeting at 1'ulii-l.l and attach them frfves to our orjctuil.ntion. , J. O. GRimru, President- . K. L. C. Whitr, Secretary. CsTTapera throughout the Stale please copy. . ..... 1 . To Tcnnesnee IMlturs. We will be greatly disappointed if you fuil to come on the 13th to the meet ing of the Prew Assoc iation. Our citi zens expect ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 October 1873

Tj f t ? " i- tin Citizen ri iittirt'j Cowj-arty. . . . ,. , L. W. McCORI., Editor ond M:.ua,"r, I. 1. Met OUI, Local hdiior. " . f.HUIlSDAV.- : I i';7S- - November lOth. 'Alt reron lndehtcd to we are noti fied to come ).r.ard and aettle hefe-re the li.'th day of .Novfiuiwr, or tin y ill have to aettle with atl ofliei-r. lh-t.3n.lt. - J. L. PEAl.CY. ' At Coat. : Being deslr-oni of ni:iklii-; a i-!in in our hu-dneta,w vl now veil tt i t ' y ui cot for IK) day, our pi end id atm k of Stove aud Tuiwara, Oriiluat, I'uiij; - u ul, house luriiidhiii;; ' invite everybody to come. "I'd. Miipplj !in iu aelvea cheap. ., YotNO L lioi n. Oct. :-lt. November lOtli. All jx-roiis indebted tome are imti fled U com) lorward and settle Ih litre tin: iOtfi day of NoveiuUr, or they will have to aettle Ith au ollieer. ' Oct.UtMt. J. L. PEAl.CY. tfPTlicwdar morning ushered in wlirici- : Us niot-t Mu.-tullii style. X(i V('it at Its appc-ilMnce. tji" luck tluMiiiti; i very popular now. The creek bottoms re...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 30 October 1873

curious ,Ain. scrrrTinc. , Bev-InO-MaC iBOiii:-,!. "turn Gntwiant labor . i at the sewinjj-machine 18 Mid .to. TrOY' k 5ort.a; ' mnl.U amou,j Jnaea axul girls caif.lo.j-6J. Trq or three hours wk in'tbs 'wrfw of H -Srei-k -'tafljr'-nof UicJuri'ou's "lo" liesJth, mod women of, particiljar robunt pbyairjrie may endure manj. honrs of, nv'j-iifir--wiiiuiat mmsaaf fatigue,--bnt to the delicate and weak, the eonse q nancies are very ,oi ten serious. .The state, bcaf 4 ' IiHicIjtiaett. recently made this a subject of special object ol inquiry, and in their report Bays : "This nuuatnral movement of the feet upon the old treadle, for eight or nine hour dui, y, teuda to produce ia A large pr portion , QjJpoxaexilAiigwar.iafmi cramps in the limbs, back and loins, thi degree ii which, will d pend "tpJva ajx, pbr!fofi3 Cspac'tyrthe indiyidvJ fncl tW material which ia being made np. If thia labor is persisted iathe result if that a physical deterioration may be in duced, the constitution bt'iug , ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 November 1873

THE CITIZEN, L. W. McC-ord, Proprietor. Office N.-.rthmtttci men f tte Square, Up Stairs. "I'BSCKIPTION": Annum, In Aiitslqcj.. mmc:. Jmo. 2uiu. luio. 6 mo. Uno. To squares..."" Xtire. squares,..., roor square-, Unefouriii 1 i.i ' One-llnnl t. ' . oi iue srruare 4 ill III h l 1" Oil I III I J Ul e ii a id io uo u ci 19 t h Ul 10 Ul 12 U) lit Ul ll '. 111 I II U) . 0 00 10 00 30 00 1-00 II 0 is 00 00 ui 40 or. "o no mo tot ll (jf BT THE SH0BE8J)F THE BrVIK. I C. e. CttAJICH. Thr..uV. It... ... J" ""wi tee we wmJ, ,r, r,T. !.. th" 'bre' w,,h " rjft.wood Bmsl la the bhimIhm of Orient Una. hZZ ?. r'Ter' the ""i dark rtv V, oammer are blooming 'for SiSi m i the rock,, I am ,itMn 6S '"' waiting-my comr.de. .11 gone oJU ?f drearUy rutting 8 o V Wilh uortowtui moan, "IT ", riVBr' strange, cold river AJ. I mu.t I w.lt for tna ToSnTn forlver ? Wlf Anil K mvi ..... Ut", 'Srr,,?.! ! thatrown uie hnt ik. j W Uir "tr. roll. u ,h" lTa for ha. taken forever ! HHtSiiT!il,J" biIW'k '- h biUow.; V- ne...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 November 1873

felt jJuhtski gjtizcn. liy the Citimen rriutinff Co. I "W. iMcCOUD, H.litorsnrt Minupr L. X. MeCOTtD, Associate, THURSDAY, XOV'It. 6, 1873. Obituaries and tribute of respect must be accompanied with the i-as.li at tbc rato of unit cent jier word to insure insertion, tf. - Hi $3,000,00 TO IiE UIVEX AWAY! The Weekly Couiipr-JouruaJ I A tbauco for Our Subscribers! We have effected arrangement with the 1'uUIslieiv of the Weekly C'ockikk JouknaL by w liic)i we are enabled to offer great advantages to our isubscri bera. The CorKiKR-JorifNAL la a fir.it claa family, new, political and com mercial paper, national In its aim, rep utatiou and circulation. In addition to 1U usual quantity and variety of matter, it Will publish OKlUINAl. bTOKJES 11 fid hovllkitics, and commencing w ith l: issue of December 3, will, each week. for a year or longer, publish a series of LLCTUIUS ON BIBLE HHIOIlY, delivered by Kev.Dr.SirAiiT Uobixson revised ty uimseir expre--8ly for this pu pcr. On the lat of Janu...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 November 1873

Ity Citizen I'riutiug Cvmtuttft. I.. VV. M.;CiU, Editor and Mwir, I- I. M."OKi, I-4hhI Kliror. rilURSHW, : : XOV'Il.6, 1873. Vlollu for Sale. One of the tiue t violin ever la Gilt c-oiuity lor al: chrt?p. Apply at thia of fice. Tut owner 1 compelled u dance toTuhcr unfit- a til otter it at le than hall lis value. iff" Our young friend S. E. F. Iioc, with Moa Jk Seraple, Ixniiirville, ky., la vlailing hi relations and friend here. - tj2T r H. Kzell & Sou advertixe IhU ruoriiinx to aell out atooat. Their stock ia very fine and bargain cau be aec-nred by culling early. (JT Mr. Win. Keeling hot a jjroy ealo and broke Ida wing the other day. lie ha hi in domesticated now and It take a mutton and a brace of chicken a day to keep him from starving. EST Some Impecunioii, inalic-iou, ex ecrable vagahoud mi rreptitioualy appro priated legal tender amounting to about eighteen dollar that weie left lying in Young A ItolU' tu-iney drawer luat Friday. tiTThe proceedings of the Giles county To...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 6 November 1873

I'tr . ji' Sire Uiia aooount of tha last peech of John O. Calhoun' in, .'the JTnlted tat4 ,Bonaja, .aliionu camomto the aenata .chamber, anppfirted on one aid by hi j vn ralila, aud clu'valric ool league, A. P; JBntW, attd on the ' other by Jas. ill Jtlna tlieW senatorfrom Virginia Htl LJ Jtxjen unabln to' attend hia laoe in tb senate fo several' weoks, bu haA lJTite4 LiM expiring nergie to the pre-l jWalibn of a great speech Iu opposition -U ai rnumioti of California into the onion W freejitatj by -which!. the equilibrium,' or, as' he. termed it, the elava holding states would be deslroyta. IT "h lUmblaLt sta.V'witJ.bu.yfcop ftii'uaable?to tatter even & 2aW short sentences without great difficulty. Hia large, oleBTryerBh'One with super natural uijtre, hif . long, .'whitet hir brushed back over, hia i head flowed frame-work. The,1ay had N been, aa- aigned Iqrlliia pech, "Xthi -which, it was sTiueni, wouia pe ilia lane. ..,,'..). w The uoaU aad galleries were filled to their utrt...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 November 1873

THE CITIZEN L. W. McCord, Proprietor. Office N'irllirast corm-rrtf IbeStjnare, Up 8lalra. Tkll lif Sl'BSC'RIrTIO.V. Two Oollnn prr Amu In Advam.e. I mo. 2 inn. 3 roo. s mo. 12 mo. One e;5iare. ........ a jio Two agunrea.... tk Thrt-e )mre?i.. c iaj J'our ftqtiuj" - ft fin Olif-ri.uill: l,, I., in (,i OiM-lliinl ut ''M-l llJ !" ! J , .; One i. ... I 4 Ul ( 4 ut 1100 t 10 0 m y lit id u) 20 uo 1" ) I ". !) 1M tl JO HI II OI 12 ( ' I S ill Mm uo ? 'i :: ii) 19 00 -4 on p oo S" 7'. .4 I.Vi It ATJTUMK. Tia the ajnlriea irlratn of an antnmn Jav, With the r.ft rain raining aa If In play"; And a tender tourh upon everything, Aa If aiuuiun remembered the daya of spring. In the liHteDln woods there la not a brnatli lo anake tlieir Rold to the award beneath : And a (flow aa If euuMhine upon them lien, Tqouku the anil la hid ia the ahadowed aalea. The eock-a clear erow from the farmyard comer. 1 he umffln.1 bell from the belfry booma. And faint and dim, from far away. Come the vuiree of childre...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 November 1873

g7 Jttfashi ftitiztn. By th ViHxryx 1'rinting Co. I. "W. MoCOIlD, Editor and Manager. I. H. McCOHD, Atsociate, THURSDAY, : : XOV'R. 13, 1873. tST Obltuarlenand tributes of respect miiHt be accompanied with the cash at the rate of one t''nt per word to injure insertion, tf. t9 I'retddent Grant has proclaimed Thursday, the 27th of November, n a tiny of National Thankclvlng. tW The death of Mrs. Mary Custi Licit, widow of the late Gen. R, E. I.ee, In announced, after a protracted lllne?, aged sixty-seven years. 3T A new Church, to be known n the Free Protetdant Church, has been formed nt Nashville, with Kev. W. J. I".llls, formerly of the Episcopal Church, as pastor. jy Knox A. McConnal, formerly of this place, was severely stabbed by a prisoner who had been placed under his guardianship, the other day In Marshall couuty. lie was dangerously wounded but Is now recoverinj, so the Goirtte says. Cottou and Finances. We give the following extract from a special circular of Norton, Slaughte...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 November 1873

tig dliscn Printing , Company. L. W. MKt)KIJ, TWitor and Manager, I 1. MtCOKD, Local Kditor. s' THURSDAY. : XOV'K. 13, 1873 ANNOUNC UM UN TS. CST" We are authorize to announce llenrj' Arrowmnith a ratlihte''or Con stable of the 7tti dihtrict of fjiles county. Kleetlcm Thursday November 2f)th lT:i, U fill the varnney oeraRioned- by thu death of J. M. J'.u nil. .' - Vlollu forSale. . ' One of the finest violin, ever in Giles utility for aule clieeuT; Apply at tliU of. floe. . The owner U compelled to dante to oilier oiusic and offer It at lew than Jialf f value. 1 (.'ahhara. Kraut. Bean, lloiuirir. 31 i nee Meat, Oii'mhh. I'otatoe, &c, Ac. Ki Vou.s'k. n132-t J. II Cannu & Co keep a splendid aioek of KooU and Shoes to which tha Invite attention through this paper. . as-. tlf We call special attention to the announcement of Mr. Henry Arrow, aiulth for district CoiiKtable. We think he would make a food officer. tar.I'lne JIi.Il (Kentucky) Coal, yery superior, for sale in quantiti...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 13 November 1873

, . New .Orlana - Taxes. The New Orleans Times says that men whose taxes foot up from $1,000 to $10,000 each year, can get two per cent a month for it, or nse it in even more lucrative ways, while the interest on their taxes is nothing in comparison. Hundreds of thousands of dollars are retained in this way. A notable instanoe of this practice is the case of a colored millionaire, who has dodged paying his taxes nntil they now amount to nearly $100,000 due to the city anl the state. This, man is a character for a romanoe. He is so ab stemious that he may be called a miser, lie disdains rest, and with wonderful activity works on in a small and obscure one-story house, remote from the busi ness portion of the city. This building is his office and his home. It is dingy and dilapidated on the outside. With in, a kind of lobby partitioned off from the main room, is the miser's office. A desk full of pigeon-holes crammed with papers, au iron safe, and a chair or two constitute the only fu...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 November 1873

THID CITIZEN, I" W. McCord, Proprietor. (Jlllce Nortlieaatooruerof Uie Square, Up Stalra. TEKun or C!ncRirrin. Tvo Dollar p.r AMm, 1,, AH, n'TCT fBicm FOB advebtmimo: Imo. Imp. 1 mo. tmo. moo. - IJU 1 iirt ajiiart!!i... ft rjo o ou 8 id & (at 10 oo 10 U) 12 UO IS uu a) i a OH 40 U) 20 00 Oiie-fuiirth ('"i" 10 Oil iii-tli!rrl Col.. 12 fo Oiie-iuijf t'ol j., u) Oue vjui .... au uo 10 uo 1 18 ) '.hi au o 14 U IS 00 as oo SO 00 00 au oo ib OS 0 09 60 Ot 7t at ur, 01 NEWS OF THE WEEK.- JSAST. Laura Keens, the wl! . died in New Jersey last week, at an .advanc. .i In response to appeals from the laborer vi jjrooKiyn, the board of city works have set 450 men to work on public improvement. Employing and working tailor of New York Lave agreed npon a five per eent. reduc tion In wages, the old prices to be restored a trade revives. - The stoamer Oeorgia baa arrived at New Yoik. tui.ging two members of the Polaris expedition, and the Identical boat In which the crew weie when picked np by t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 November 1873

7i jjuhski (itizctt. Hi the Citizen JPrintinff Co. L. "W. Mc COIiU, K.liU.r aud Manager. I. I. lit-COItI, Ai'iate, THURSDAY, : : NOV'Il. 20, 1873. KCIIKLU1.K. N.&D.&G. S. 11- Iccatur Div'n. Mail train SOlltll 11 :0: a. m. 7:!iS a. M. 8 :45 i m. 30 A. M.,y Id a.m., 2:Ij p.m. ( :3( l M. . . . H :."() a. m. north Express rain north Freight 44 "4 " SOlltll, 5 Locul freight arrives " departs M. & C. U. U., at liain i!. Mall train cast '.M7 v. w. " ' west 12:08 a. f. tSf Obituaries and tributes of resin.ft must be. accompanied with the cash at the rate of one cent cr word to insure Insertion. tf. $5,000,00 TO BK GIVEN AWAY! The Weekly Courier-Journal ! A Chance for Our Subscribers! We have effected arrangements with the Publishers of the Weekly Colicikk Journal by which we are enabled to offer great advantages to our subscri lier. The Cot rikb-JovunaL Is a lirst clasx family, news, jolitical and com mercial pnier, national in lis aim, rc litatlon and circulation. In addition t...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Pulaski citizen. — 20 November 1873

Pulaski Citincn. (itiztit Printing Company, l W. MoORI, Editor and Manager, I.. . MeCORIl, Ioeal Editor. THI:USI)AV. : XOV'R. 20, 1873. A XXO U N C KM K NTS. 'tft We are authorized to announce Ilniry ArrouMiiith a candidate for Con stat. I of Hie "t" district of Giles county. Election Thursday Jxoveniber )th ls":i. Co til) the vacancy occasioned by the death of CJ. M. Burcli. Violin Tor Sale. . One or the Jiliest violin ever In Giles comity for sale cheep Apply at this of fice. The owner Is eoiiiclled to dance to other music and offers It at le than Itiilt 1 r value. u C'ablwjfc, Kraut, Kuans, Ilouilny, Mim e Meat, Onions, Potatoes, &c, Ac, hi Vcms's. nol32-t IJT'riie. ruling price for cotton on our street-' yesterday wan 12'', though some fuiiey lots ruled higher. - MirM Zelda i'eak, the queen of cotuiu Kng, now with the only original Peak Kaiuily. . JiSf The election for Constahlc for this C7i1i) district come off to-day. Every lly should vot tor a (xxl man. Kresh oysters and ...

Publication Title: Pulaski Citizen, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Tennessee, United States
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